Bhutan Mystery Tours

Our holidays span every corner of Bhutan. Without compromising on the quality of our trips, we have tirelessly catered to travellers over a decade. Bhutan tours and treks are invariably unique experiences. While Bhutan is an exclusive destination, it is how you travel that sets your holidays apart.

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Wings Of The Dragon

9 Nights / 10 Days

Wings Of The Dragon

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A delectable little-visit piece of Asia, Bhutan entices travellers with its history and culture, and an array of attractive scenery adorned by wonderful flora and fauna. It’s a dynamic mix of man and nature, where Buddhist philosophies endure with a sentiment of compassion for all living beings. Bhutan makes an excellent spot for bird watching. In any corner of Bhutan, you can see beautiful birds.

Bhutan is home to over 500 species of Himalayan birds and because Bhutan’s natural scenery is practically unruffled, the birds keep staying or keep returning. We’d be delighted to share with you the many sides of this very rewarding destination and all the sights it has to offer.

10 Days
2+ Age
  • Destination
  • Departure
    Paro / Paro
  • Included
    Wings Of The Dragon
    3 Star Hotel Accommodation
    One time visa fees US$40
    Basic Trekking Equipments
    All Ground Transportation
    All taxes and fees
    Entrance fees to all the monument and museum
    Royalty US$ 65/person/night(Child under 12 year is exempt from Royalty US$65)
    Personal Guide
  • Not Included
    International Telephone Calls
    Laundry Bills
    Bar Bills
    Travel Insurance
    International Flights
    Mineral drinking water
    5 Star Accommodation
    All Meal While Trek
The flight to Paro is one of the most spectacular mountain flights in the world, with a constantly changing panorama of some of the highest mountains on earth. Our representative from Bhutan Mystery Tours will meet you at Paro airport exit doors following customs formalities.
After lunch enjoy afternoon sightseeing around Paro, including a visit to the Ta Dzong Museum housing many religious relics, works of art and handicrafts offering a great orientation into Bhutan's historical, cultural, and religious past. Next, visit the Rinpong Dzong to see the painting of the great saint Milarepa, considered as the master of meditation by the Bhutanese and believed to have attained enlightenment in a lifetime. Dzongs are large monasteries and district administrative centres, which were once strategic forts. Overnight stay at Paro.
Numerous birds can be seen at Paro itself. You can see the Crested Goshawk, Oriental Turtle-dove, Brown Dipper, Plumbeous Redstart and Blue Whislting Thrush among others.
The capital of Bhutan lies about two hours drive from Paro. Once a rustic village sitting in a broad, fertile river valley, Thimphu is today the nation's bustling capital. Enjoy a full day of sightseeing, including a visit to the National Memorial Chorten, completed by the Royal Queen Mother as a memorial stupa for the Third King who passed away in 1972. Continue on to 12th century Changangkha Temple and the Zilukha Nunnery. Halt overnight at Thimphu.
Many birds like House Martin, Crested Pied Kingfisher, Ibisbill, Yellow-billed Blue Magpie, White-tailed Nuthatch, Black-capped Sibia and Spotted Nutcracker can be seen in Thimphu.
Drive over the Dochu-La pass (3,100 meters), which on a clear day offers an incredible view of Himalayan peaks before descending into balmy Punakha valley (about 3 hrs total driving time). The drive through the countryside affords a glimpse of everyday life in this most remote of Himalayan kingdoms. In the Dochu-La area there are vast Rhododendron forests that grow to tree size and bloom in late April/early May covering the mountains in a riot of glorious spring colour. Punakha was the ancient capital of Bhutan. On arrival, visit Punakha Dzong, the "Palace of Great Happiness" built in 1637 by the Shabdrung, the 'Unifier of Bhutan'. It is the winter headquarters of the Je Khenpo and hundreds of monks who move en masse from Thimphu to this warmer location. The three story main temple of the Punakha Dzong is a breathtaking example of traditional architecture with four intricately embossed entrance pillars crafted from cypress and decorated in gold and silver. It was here in 1907 that Bhutan's first king was crowned.
After lunch, enjoy a walk to Chimi Lhakhang, temple of Drukpa Kuenly. He inherited the Divine Madman title since he revolted against the orthodox Buddhism in his time. He taught the people that religion is an inner feeling and it's not necessary that one should be an ordained monk. He is also considered a symbol of fertility. Overnight at your hotel in Punakha. We will take an entire day to drive to Punakha because bird watching can be done this entire route.
The Birds that can be viewed are Golden Bush-Robin, Edwards Rosefinch, Hoary Barwing, Plain –backed Thrush and Red Crossbills.
Today we will take the central highway to Phobjika Valley. At the head of the valley is the village of Gangtey. Gangtey is a delight for bird watchers. You can see the White-winged Grosbeak, Himalayan Monal, Satyr Tragopan, Blood Pheasant, Yellowish-bellied Bush Warbler, Spotted Laughingthrush among many others. Halt overnight at Gangtey.
Today we will be driving to Tronga. Here you can visit the Trongsa Dzong. Before you reach Trongsa, the leisurely ride will be across forested areas. The road will take you up to the Pelela pass located at 3400m. On the way you can sport the Black-throated Parrotbills and Spotted Forktail along with Blue Magpies. Halt Overnight at Trongsa.
Morning visit to Trongsa Dzong, a masterpiece of Bhutanese architecture. Built in 1647, it is the most impressive Dzong in Bhutan. Also see Ta Dzong, the watchtower built to defend this Dzong. After lunch, proceed to Bumthang, the religious heartland of the nation.
Evening at leisure. Dinner and overnight at the lodge in Bumthang. At Bumthang, you can see the , White-browed Bush-Robins, Slaty-Blue Flycatcher, Collared Grosbeak, Gold-naped Finch, Blue-fronted Redstart among a whole range of about 50 different bird species.
Bumthang is the general name given to a group of four valleys – Chumey, Choekhor, Tang and Ura, with altitudes varying from 2,600 to 4,000m (8,530-13,125ft). This area is home to many ancient Buddhist temples and monasteries. We will visit Tamshing Lhakhang, founded in 1501 by Pema Lingpa, which contains interesting and ancient Buddhist wall paintings. Later on we will visit Jakar Dzong, "the castle of the white bird", the administrative center of the region.
In the afternoon, we will visit Kurje Lhakhang, one of the most sacred places in Bhutan as Guru Rinpoche meditated here, and later on Jambey Lhakhang which was erected in the 7th century, when Buddhism was first introduced into Bhutan. Evening visit to local shops. Overnight at the lodge in Bumthang.
After an early morning visit to Bumthang's market, we will set off on the 7 hour drive back to Thimphu, taking lunch en route at a famous restaurant in Trongsa town. We will then drive on through the mountains and down to Wangduephodrang, where we will take a short break for tea/coffee before proceeding on the final stage of our journey to Thimphu. On arrival at Thimphu, check in at the hotel. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 9: PARO
Free morning in Thimphu for shopping and leisure, then after lunch drive to Paro for an overnight stay.
After breakfast you will be taken to the airport for departure.



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When to Visit Bhutan

Although monsoon which is around June and July is not recommended for travelling by most travellers, it can actually be a great time to see the greenery around Bhutan's wildernesses. Since this is also the basic summer season, it offers vibrant green foresting and flourishing paddy fields against a backdrop of clear blue sky after the rain.
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About Bhutan Mystery Tours

Bhutan Mystery Tours is a tour operator based in Bhutan with access to the widest assortment of packages and information. At Bhutan Mystery Tours, we consistently reassess and revisit the old places with new itineraries and experiences.
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Why Travel With Us

Our holidays span every corner of Bhutan. Without compromising on the quality of our trips, we have tirelessly catered to travellers over a decade. Bhutan tours and treks are invariably unique experiences.
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